Investigators are still gathering information on the scope of the cyber campaign, which the authorities believe is continuing.
Brown has been imprisoned for over a year without trial
Hackers claiming links to international activist group Anonymous defaced dozens of websites belonging to Australian businesses and Philippine government agencies on Sunday.
To most in the imperial city, it was business as usual. But not for the rest of us.
The indictment was filed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, and charges the members with conspiracy to intentionally cause damage to protected computers as part of Anonymous’ “Operation Payback.”
‘I do think eventually we need to enable corporations in this country to be able to fight back’
Hackivists launch attack spree against Western media
Hint: It’s about a powerful person
Hayden’s warnings are not unfounded
Staffers targeted in protest of the National Security Agency’s domestic spying program
Ryan Ackroyd admitted one count of carrying out an unauthorized act to impair the operation of a computer.
Some view announcement with skepticism
The Justice Department announced the charges Thursday
McDonald’s: ‘Nothing to do with’ Burger King’s Twitter account getting hacked
Say they will disrupt online streaming of president’s speech
‘Just to confirm, here is a screenshot of the program we hijacked that is used to control the lights’
Brown to stand trial in three federal criminal cases
The hacktivist group threatened to publicly release secret documents
The sometime public face of hacktivist group Anonymous, was indicted Wednesday
School expels student for 'unprofessional conduct' after he discovers, tests system security vulnerability - TheDC
Al-Khabaz found the flaw while he had been working on a mobile app